Hey Lauren nice to see you showing up here again. Where are you going to school? You still have some of my favorite gong show sketches. Laurenella and that one I played Dickinson with the doctor is in. I think every team in Boston is competing for a champinship except the Bruins. They're like a semi-pro hockey team.
I can't believe that you're still be griping about an alleged cheap shot. I believe it was an incredibly clean hit. If you're not tough enough for lime hockey in those incredibly skinny halls while how will you ever play for the mighty ducks... I'm doing good. I'm still teaching in a state hospital which is a trip. There's nothing like having high expectations with a class that's drugged out and drooling. Everyday is like a Monty Python sketch.
Unfortunately I never usually write about my experiences until ten years after. I never said your hit was a cheap shot either. One thing about your lime hockey game is that it was always tough but fair.
This comic is worth its weight in dead undead ninjas.
The concept of family and legacy tends to get obscure in the Marvel universe. That's to be expected when there are so many clones, time travelers, and shape-shifting aliens running around. On paper, the idea of a child carrying on the legacy of a parent seems like the most logical and appropriate thing in the world. In the pages of Marvel comics, however, that's just not enough. There has to be some sort of elaborate,…